11 & 12 April 2015
10am – 4pm
Liverpool’s historic Central Hall the Dome opens its doors to the Arts.
Director Sean Finney said he hoped to host a mixture of art, music and performance, as he transforms the building into opening more events for the public. The purpose of running such a building is to keep it at the level of standard expected. The Dome is in desperate need of help, Repairs have been made and the building is back to its former glory, but as Sean explained he now has no more money for repairs and needs to install heating. Art House Liverpool came along with a proposal to help the building. Many of Liverpool’s professional and emerging artists & performance artists have come together as a collective to try to help the building. New art works have been created as well as performance work too.
Art House Liverpool is a non-profit organization creating events to help save The Heritage buildings in Liverpool. The Dome is a 1,200-seater venue inside Grade II listed Central Hall.
There will be food and beverages also a beautiful garden area, and the stage will house amazing performance acts throughout the weekend.
Members of the public can keep up to date with ART HOUSE Liverpool is running, by following www.facebook.com/groups/art.house.liverpool or visiting THE DOME GRAND CENTRAL HALL website.